Tag Archive: los angeles

DTLA: The Reuben at Casey’s Irish Pub

Casey’s in Downtown Los Angeles is probably best known for their St. Patrick’s day activities but it’s also a good place to go for classic pub grub like fish and chips. I also… Continue reading

DTLA: EightyTwo Bar and Arcade Now Open

  EightyTwo barcade is now open in Downtown Los Angeles in the Arts District. It borders Little Tokyo at 3rd and Alameda. EightyTwo features two rooms of games including one just for pinball.… Continue reading

DTLA: City Tavern at 7th & Figueroa Now Open

City Tavern located at 7th + Fig in Downtown Los Angeles is now open. Much like its Culver City sibling, City Tavern serves up a menu of gastropub nosh, craft beer and cocktails… Continue reading

DTLA: The Continental Club is Now Open

  The Continental Club just opened in Downtown Los Angeles. Next door to Bar Ama, you enter the swanky lounge street side during the week and down the alley during weekends. We were… Continue reading

DTLA: The Nest Opens at WP24

WP24 has converted their lounge into The Nest serving small plates and cocktails. The idea came about when WP24 wanted to offer guests a place to grab a quick bite before the game… Continue reading

Chinatown: Cocktails at General Lee’s

General Lee’s bar is now open in Chinatown. It took over the old Mountain Bar space , which funny enough took over the old General Lee’s Man Jen Low restaurant space. What is… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: High Balling It at Wolf & Crane

Wolf and Crane recently opened in Little Tokyo in Downtown Los Angeles. The gorgeous new bar features plenty of spirits you can mix and match your own highballs if the short list doesn’t… Continue reading

Chinatown: Chinese Dinner at Golden City

In my continued quest to eat at every restaurant in Chinatown, I hit up Golden City a couple of weeks ago. Although not a chilly night, we got seafood and tofu soup. We… Continue reading

Lunch at Pizzeria Mozza

New Year’s Eve- where should we go to carbo load? As a good “food baller,” I knew it was important to eat well if I planned to indulge a bit for New Year’s… Continue reading

DTLA: First Look at Crane’s Downtown

Across the hallway from Peking Tavern is the newly opened Crane’s Downtown. They opened rather stealthily behind what I thought was a storage room. Sure, this “storage” room had a cool old bank… Continue reading